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International Women's Day

Today is International Women's Day! Not that we need a specific day to celebrate women's accomplishments (we celebrate all year!), but today is the official day recognized globally to celebrate women's social, economic, cultural, and innovative achievements. 

Take a moment to celebrate yourself and the other incredible women in your life by sending a text, calling them, or submitting an #Applaudher sharing how you admire their greatness. You are breaking through barriers, growing your career, and innovating the world through the tech industry. 

Watch the WWCode International Women's Day Celebration video on @WWCode YouTube!

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Volunteer your time and expertise by applying to give a live, virtual talk or workshop on all things mobile and web development for the WWCode Dev Summit: Mobile & Web. 
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Empowering Your Story

No one else in the world has your story or lived experience. This makes your story unique and powerful and provides you with a different perspective. Share your story through speaking at a conference, mentoring, or within your network. You will find that when you speak about your experience, it can make a lasting impact on others and help you reflect on the incredible things you have achieved.

Celebrating Women's History Month

If Rihanna Can Make a Comeback, Why Can’t You?
Archana Vaidheeswaran | Data Project Manager @ WWCode

Technology is not just a profession; it’s a journey that has its own set of challenges and rewards. Throughout my journey in tech, I’ve experienced both highs and lows. And today, I want to share a personal story with you in hopes of inspiring those who are struggling to find their spark. Most engineers, contrary to popular belief, are creative people...

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WWCode Python: Introduction to Coding Environments for Python

In this three-part series, presented by WWCode Python, learn the most popular coding environments used for Python, including Google Colab, Jupyter notebooks, Visual Studio Code, PyCharm, Vim, Anaconda, and more. This series was hosted by Jessica Koubi, Poojita Garg, and Nayeon of WWCode Python.

WWCode Technical Videos Highlighting the Introduction to Coding Environments for Python Series
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WWCode Dev Summit: Mobile & Web 

WWCode is excited to announce the upcoming Dev Summit: Mobile & Web on May 24, 2023. Share your expertise in mobile and web development and career insights with the WWCode community.

Submit your idea for a live, virtual talk or workshop! Diverse and first-time speakers are encouraged to apply

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Natural Language Processing with Python
WWCode Data Science | Mar 9 | 9:30 AM EST
WWCode Data Science brings to you a four-part series that aims to provide an introduction to the fundamental concepts of NLP and equip attendees with the skills needed to start building NLP applications.

Monthly Mentor Panel: Starting Your Startup
WWCode Dallas/Fort Worth | Mar 14 | 5:30 PM CDT
Have an idea that you're passionate about? Learn the best practices to
launching a startup.

Acing Your Next Tech Interview with SThree
WWCode London | Mar 15 | 7:00 PM GMT
Join this session for the unique opportunity to hear from industry experts on landing your next tech role and have your questions answered about your next interview!
WWCode Events

WWCode Conversation with Sijing Zhu, Senior Data Science Manager at The Home Depot, is now live! Listen now on your favorite podcast platform or our YouTube channel.

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V School is offering members of Women Who Code $2,000 off any of our Career Changer programs (Web Dev or UI/UX) in addition to the Community Relief Scholarship.
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The CMU Master of Science in Computational Finance (MSCF) program seeks strong coders to meet the growing demand for master’s graduates in the quant finance industry. MSCF is pleased to offer two (2) scholarships valued at $15,000 each for the Fall 2023 program, exclusively for WWCode members! Curious about a career in quant finance? Discover quant finance jobs, starting salaries & career earnings growth in this dynamic, high-tech industry. 
Apply here


Lesly Zerna

Women Who Code Python

Lesly Zerna of WWCode Python became the first female Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning in Bolivia.

Submit an #ApplaudHer to celebrate the achievements of yourself or others above.

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